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[http://fluxbox.org/ Fluxbox] is a light-weight and fast window manager. Regardless of the window managers that you have selected to install, Fluxbox is always available as an option in the login menu.
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Figure 5.6a shows a screenshot of Fluxbox running on PC-BSD. In this example, the user has launched the Application menu by right-clicking on the desktop.
 
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The [http://www.fluxbox.org/features/ Features] page of the Fluxbox website lists the available configuration files and links to instructions for getting the most out of Fluxbox.
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=== Additional Resources: ===
 
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* [https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/467792-creating-the-perfect-fluxbox-desktop-on-linux Creating the Perfect Fluxbox Desktop on Linux]
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* [http://www.tuxmagazine.com/node/1000191 Fluxconf How-To at Tux Magazine]
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Revision as of 22:50, 15 July 2012

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[1][1] is a light-weight and fast window manager. Regardless of the window managers that you have selected to install, Fluxbox is always available as an option in the login menu.

Figure 5.6a shows a screenshot of Fluxbox running on PC-BSD. In this example, the user has launched the Application menu by right-clicking on the desktop.

Figure 5.6a: Fluxbox on PC-BSD

Fluxbox-3.png

The Fluxconf PBI, available in AppCafe®, provides the following graphical menus:

  • fluxbare: provides a tiny toolbar allowing you to launch the different parts of the Fluxconf PBI
  • fluxconf: for managing window placement
  • fluxkeys: for defining and managing keyboard shortcuts
  • fluxmenu: for adding or removing entries from the main Fluxbox menu

NEED SCREENSHOT(S) AND USAGE EXAMPLES

The [2][2] page of the Fluxbox website lists the available configuration files and links to instructions for getting the most out of Fluxbox.

Additional Resources:

References


  1. http://fluxbox.org/
  2. http://www.fluxbox.org/features/
  3. https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/467792-creating-the-perfect-fluxbox-desktop-on-linux
  4. http://www.tuxmagazine.com/node/1000191
  5. http://fluxbox-wiki.org
  6. http://fluxbox-wiki.org/index.php?title=FAQ
  7. http://fluxbox-wiki.org/index.php?title=Howtos